Source text - English Regional markets rebounded in 3Q 2006 as investor sentiment was lifted by the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to keep interest rates unchanged, the easing trend in oil prices to below US$60/brl and reduced inflationary pressures in selected regional economies. The Philippines and Indonesia markets outperformed with gains of 17% respectively while markets in Hong Kong, South Korea and Singapore rose by more than 5% respectively. On Wall Street, the Dow eased to 10,739.3 points in mid-July following the surge in oil prices to a record high of US$78/brl. However, the subsequent retracement of oil prices coupled with expectations that U.S. interest rates have peaked helped the Dow to touch a near 6-year high of 11,718.5 points in late September. Mild profit-taking caused the Dow to close the quarter at 11,679.1 points to register a gain of 4.7% while the Nasdaq rose 4% to 2,258.4 points over the same quarter.
Translation - Malay Pasaran serantau melantun semula pada suku 3 2006 apabila sentimen pelabur dinaikkan oleh keputusan Rizab Persekutuan A.S. untuk mengekalkan kadar faedah, trend harga minyak yang lega kepada paras di bawah AS$60/tong dan tekanan inflasi yang dikurangkan dalam beberapa ekonomi serantau terpilih. Pasaran Filipina dan Indonesia mencatatkan prestasi yang lebih baik dengan keuntungan 17% manakala pasaran Hong Kong, Korea Selatan dan Singapura masing-masing naik melebihi 5%.
Dow di Wall Street lega kepada 10,739.3 mata pada pertengahan Julai berikutan kenaikan mendadak dalam harga minyak kepada paras tertinggi sebanyak AS$78/tong. Walau bagaimanapun, tarikan balik dalam harga minyak sejurus itu berganding dengan jangkaan bahawa kadar faedah A.S. sudah tiba di kemuncaknya membantu Dow mencecah paras tertinggi dalam hampir 6 tahun sebanyak 11,718.5 mata pada akhir September. Sedikit pengambilan untung menyebabkan Dow untuk ditutup pada 11,679.1 mata dengan keuntungan 4.7% manakala Nasdaq naik 4% kepada 2,285.4 mata dalam suku yang sama.
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As a Malaysian, I reaped the benefit of living in a country where Malay is the National Language and English is widely used in the corporate sector. The reinforcement I received in both languages, being brought up in an English speaking family, and receiving my education in Malay has definitely given me an advantage over many in terms of these languages.
I have been involved in freelance translation for the past seven years, after leaving my fulltime job as a Public Relations Consultant, where I was often involved in translation projects for my company. I now work for several leading investment companies and public listed firms in Malaysia , translating their financial and annual reports and marketing collateral on a repeat business basis.
My translating experience also include the translation of two books: "Negara Serata Dunia - Myanmar" and "Mengapa Montessori", both published by Times Publications.
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